Matt Taylor was a staff reporter at his hometown weekly newspaper the East Hampton Star, and has also written on the internet for magazines like Slate, Salon, the Daily Beast, the Atlantic, Tablet, the American Prospect and New York.
Rich people have always liked funding their own campaigns for president. This time is different.
Remember when we had cash, hope, and jobs?
Why not Mike? Well, here's why.
Rich people know a friend when they see one.
"How much more will come out? How many more countries will come forward? Will there be tapes?"
"I don't think you have to use the word to be for the revolution."
Wrapping your head around the depraved financier's demise is actually pretty easy if you try.
Richard Neal is an example of just how outrageous political fundraising can be, even when it's entirely above-board.
An heir to the Disney fortune is not holding back from lambasting inequality in America.
They're there for the taking, and the consequences could be way bigger than Robert Mueller's report.